Using the mvsprsd command to start the daemon
To start the mvsprsd daemon whenever the InfoPrint system starts, you can include the mvsprsd command in the /etc/rc.mvsd.daemons file. This file is executed when the Linux operating system is initialized.
Use this procedure to start the mvsprsd daemon when the system starts:
- Use a text editor to open the
/etc/rc.mvsd.daemonsfile and find these lines:
# List of MVS Download daemons to be started by rc.mvsd # # The syntax of mvsprsd follows: # # mvsprsd [-p port] [-d file_system] [-n 1] [-x shell_script]\ [-X additional_exit_parameters] [-q destination] # [-k] [-B] [-H host_code_page] [-L local_code_page] [-t] [-w] [-e] # # This file may be edited directly, but the automatic starting and configuring # of MVS Download daemons is best controlled through # the InfoPrint Manager Management Interface. Consult documentation # for more information. #
- Add lines similar to these to this file:
# This is a comment to document that the following command # starts the mvsprsd daemon automatically at system startup /usr/lpp/psf/bin/mvsprsd -p 5400 -d /files1 -d /files2 \ -x /usr/lpp/pd/bin/mvsprpsm.sh -q serv2-lpNote that this example uses the default shell script (mvsprpsm.sh) and specifies the serv2–lp InfoPrint Manager server.
- Save and close the file.
For the syntax and flags of the mvsprsd command, and for examples of its use, see InfoPrint Manager: Reference or the mvsprsd man page.
rootuser authority or the InfoPrint Manager user can run this command.